Take ACTION in your journey to medical school with AMSA
Applying to medical school can be a long, comprehensive and exhausting process. One of the things that premedical and undergraduate students excel at is having the ambition and drive to get involved, down and dirty, and diving head first into opportunities to make a difference and see something new. For more than 50 years, AMSA has been dedicated to serving the needs of physicians-in-training. Premedical students are most certainly physicians-in-training, and are encouraged to join in on the opportunities that AMSA can offer students.
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AMSA Premed Headquarters
- Chapter Officer Resources
Everything local leaders need to run a chapter – timelines, chapter tips, recruitment materials, chapter visit requests, and more.
- Action Committees
Often called the heart and soul of AMSA, these committees represent areas AMSA feels medical students should value as vital in becoming a socially responsible physician/healer. See what is happening this year at AMSA and get ideas for exciting engagement programs for your chapter.
- Charting a Course to Medical School Guide
Includes Pre-medical Access to Clinical Experience
- PreMed Rx: What do you know about getting into medical school?
- educationRx: Medical Education in America
Provides students with concise and easily accessible information concerning the continuing evolution of medical education in America.
- AMSA Opportunities
AMSA events, institutes, clinical experiences and more. There is something here for everyone!
- Member Benefits
AMSA members enjoy amazing benefits, including discount insurances, travel, books/equipment purchases, and MCAT test preparation.
- Get Involved with the Premedical Leadership Team
The Premedical Team functions to ensure that our members have access to high quality programming.
Creating a Meaningful Pre-Medical Experience Beyond the Classroom
AMSA Pre-Med Trustee and board member Isaiah Cochran shares his experience of being a pre-med student and his thoughts on how to be a more rounded and competitive med school applicant through extracurricular activities.
Questions? Contact us.